A Kerrville felon was jailed for the second time in three days.

Tadeo Raymond Garces Jr., AKA "Fatboy," AKA "Fatcat," was arrested this morning by a KPD officer on a warrant that accuses Garces of stalking someone on Sept. 30 — within a day of his release from jail on drug and DWI charges. It wasn't immediately clear who he was accused of stalking. His bond is set at $50,000, according to jail records. It was Garces’ third arrest in about a month and his 22nd arrest in Kerr County since 2002, according to jail records.

Garces was last arrested on Sept. 29 after a KPD officer accused him of driving while intoxicated and possessing less than 1 gram of a drug in penalty group 1, which includes methamphetamine, cocaine and heroin. Garces also was accused of possessing drug paraphernalia, a misdemeanor.

Garces, born in 1983, was released Sept. 29 on bonds totaling $6,500, according to jail records. 

Garces was sentenced to two years in prison in 2014 for possessing less than 1 gram of meth in a drug-free zone. In addition to this conviction, since 2002 Garces has pleaded guilty to terroristic threat, failure to identify a fugitive; putting is blood, feces or other body fluid on a corrections officer while in jail; making a false report to a peace officer, theft of $50-$500 in property; driving without a valid license; possessing less than 2 ounces of marijuana; failure to appear in court; misdemeanor assault twice; vandalism twice;  resisting arrest three times; and driving a vehicle into a light pole, kids swimming pool, sand box, storage shed, and pop-up trailer before failing to inform the property owner of the damage.


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